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Discover how having a business continuity plan in place can benefit SMBs.

Having a business continuity plan in place will help you above and beyond being able to continue to operate the business if you have a disaster and reducing the cost of the disruption. 

1. Protect your stakeholders

    Protect your investors, safeguard the livelihoods of your employees and strengthen the link through your supply chain

2. Financial

    Fulfil your revenue and profit expectations

3. Satisfy existing customers

    Provide your customers with the peace of mind that you can fulfil their requirements, no matter what

4. Company reputation

    Protect and improve your company’s reputation and brand – and even generate positive PR

5. Insurance

    Satisfy insurers and cover gaps in your business insurance policy, receive insurance premium discounts, reduced excesses

6. Commercial advantage

    Differentiate from your competitors and attract potential customers

7. Compliance

    Helps with or ensures compliance with regulatory and legal requirements (such as public records acts, companies acts, tax laws, anti-terrorist and anti-money laundering laws), UK Civil Contingencies Act or industry-specific legislation

8. Supply chain

    Secures the supply-chain and fosters a resilient economy

9. Company culture

    Unlike most disciplines, Business Continuity is company-wide and its success both depends on and helps build a united culture of company objectives

10. Understanding your business

    Even the process of mapping your dependencies (what processes and departments rely on what other processes/departments/hardware/software etc.) helps you to identify where efficiencies can be made – especially important in facing the challenges of the digital age where business agility reaps dividends
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